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Local Environment

An image of The Basin, Campbelltown "The Basin" Keith Longhurst Reserve

The Campbelltown Local Government Area (LGA) is situated approximately 53 kilometres south west of Sydney and includes large areas of bushland and waterways.

The aesthetic and natural values of the bushland and waterways include good water quality and native flora and fauna which are contributing factors toward attracting people to live within and visit the area.

We are committed to preserving and rehabilitating these natural assets for current and future residents of the city. In this section, see what we are doing to protect and improve our local environment through a number of environmental initiatives and learn how you can become involved.

There is always plenty of environmental activities happening around Campbelltown, from bushwalking through the Dharawal National Park, to free sustainably themed workshops. So why not check out our whats on to see what you can get involved in.

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